Episodes 10 and 10.5: The PROPAGANDA Film Report


An interview turned laugh riot with local filmmaker Jason Matherne, and a check-in with Hayley from Indywood. Plus, a bonus supplemental podcast with the founders of Shotgun Cinema.

Episode 10: PROPAGANDA New Orleans‘ resident film critic, Bill Arceneaux, cuts up with local filmmaker Jason Matherne, and checks in with Hayley Sampson, one half of Indywood.

Episode 10.5 (a supplement): Bill chats with Angela Catalano and Travis Bird of Shotgun Cinema, a pop-up cinema inside of The Old Marigny Opera House.

Grimewave screens February 7 at Chalmette Movies. For more info, visit For the official trailer, click here. (Update: At the time of recording, Grimewave was not being promoted by the theater. That has since changed.)

For more info about Indywood and their screenings, visit here.

For more info on Shotgun Cinema, visit here. Shotgun Cinema will screen Let the Fire Burn on Sunday, February 9 at 7 p.m. at The Old Marigny Opera House. Doors open at 6:30, with admission set at $7.

Music courtesy of Brad Walker‘s experimental/electronic project, redrawblak.

Follow Bill Arceneaux on Twitter for more movie musings and commentary on the New Orleans film scene. You can support Bill’s criticism and writing efforts by visiting his Patreon profile.

Bill Arceneaux

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Sure, hosting plenty of film productions from out of state has helped our region, but what about home grown talent? What about conceiving, creating and completing content in the area? Through film criticism and podcasting, it's my goal to contribute to and progress the local movie culture - make it a true Hollywood South.

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